Tribune Papers - No. one. Imprisonment for debt second edition /
Walter Thomas Meyler.
|Main Creator:||Meyler, Walter Thomas|
Open letter from Walter Thomas Meyler, First Principal Royal Arch and Mark Master, Lodge 2, past Master, Lodge 494 to 'Judge Berrik' [sic] referring to his position as a judge and the detrimental effect this will have on Dublin traders. Item also contains reference to another pamphlet entitled ''Freemasonry in Dublin'', suggesting necessary reform of the Grand Lodge establishment, reminding them of the obligations of the Freemasons and highlighting how the old Grand Lodge is [in the opinion of the author] controlled by self-seeking Dublin Traders. Opening of letter reads: 'To Judge Berrik [Bewick?]...the appointments of the British Government within the past few years, have formed such a contrast to those of all previous periods, so much in accordance with the march of progress, intelligence, and justice, in almost every case, the individual selected for the Bench, the Church...
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Dublin : The Tribune, 1864.
This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: 1 sheet ; 38 x 25 cm.
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